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==Jacques Lacan==
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In his [[Jacques Lacan:Bibliography|early work]], [[Lacan]] uses the term "[[structure]]" to describe "[[structure|social structures]]" such as the specific set of [[affect|affective]] relations between members of a family.
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In his [[Jacques Lacan:Bibliography|early work]], [[Lacan]] uses the term "[[structure]]" to describe "[[structure|social structures]]" such as the specific set of [[affect|affective]] relations between family members.
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===Social Structures===
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Revision as of 02:19, 3 September 2006

French: structure

Jacques Lacan

In his early work, Lacan uses the term "structure" to describe "social structures" such as the specific set of affective relations between members of a family.

In his early work, Lacan uses the term "structure" to describe "social structures" such as the specific set of affective relations between family members.


Social Structures

Intersubjectivity

See Also

References